Story: With Optimism Up And Vix Down, Are Investors Too Relaxed To Read Market Risks? – Need help with a story on a simple concept – are U.S. investors too complacent with the stock market right now? With major stock indices at near record highs, and the benchmark VIX volatility index – the best gauge for market fear – is at multiple decade lows, maybe they are too complacent. But is their risk in doing so? Why or why not? Is complacency a market danger? Why or why not? What should investors be doing now, marketwise – and why? Thanks – all comments welcome. Requirements: Stock market experts, risk specialists, money managers, therapists, actual investors.
With Optimism Up And Vix Down, Are Investors Too Relaxed To Read Market Risks?